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Knowledge of palliative care and attitudes towards nursing the dying patient
(Mark Allen Healthcare, 2016-06-09)
Aims: This study examines the palliative care knowledge and attitudes towards caring for the dying patient of nurses working in care of older people settings in one rural region in Ireland. Design: A cross-sectional ...
The long-term quality of life and information needs of prostate cancer survivors.
What are the quality of life (QoL) and information needs of long‐term prostate cancer survivors? Numbers of prostate cancer survivors are increasing and it is vital that their QoL issues and information needs are understood. ...
Critical care nurses’ knowledge of alarm fatigue and practices towards alarms: A multicentre study
Objectives: To determine critical care nurses' knowledge of alarm fatigue and practices toward alarms in critical care settings.Research methodology/design: A cross-sectional survey using an adaptation of The Health ...
Secondary traumatic stress among emergency nurses: a cross-sectional study
Emergency department nurses are required to deal with emotional trauma issues on a daily basis, which may result in them experiencing symptoms of secondary traumatic stress, a consequence of stress experienced when helping ...